Shawn David Green is the first player on this list that can be called a legitimate Super Star (although Wells is getting paid like one).
Green's rookie year was 1995 when he played in 121 games. Even though he finished 5th in AL Rookie of the Year voting, he stil hit .288/15/55 and set Blue Jay rookie records with 31 doubles, 14 game hit streak, 50 extra base hits and a .509 slugging percentage.
1998 was Green's break out year as he became the first Blue Jay with a 30/30 season.
He also became the tenth Major Leaguer to hit 35 or more home runs and steal 35 or more bases in a season, joining among others Willie Mays, Barry Bonds, and Alex Rodriguez.
1999 was Green's best, and last, season as a Jay. He hit .307/42/123 along with 134 runs and a .588 slugging percentage. He also led the league in doubles with 45, extra-base hits with 87, and 361 total bases.
He hit a home run in every 14.6 at bats.
After the season, he was awarded a Gold Glove Award for his defense, and a Silver Slugger Award for his offense, and came in 5th in the voting for MVP.
Traded to the LA Dodgers in the off season to avoid losing him as a free agent, Green enjoyed five more highly productive seasons before winding his career down with stops in Arizona and New York (Mets).
At the time of his retirement, Green was one of only four active players with at least 300 home runs, 1,000 runs and RBIs, 400 doubles, a .280 batting average, and 150 stolen bases. The others were Barry Bonds, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Gary Sheffield.
As if that wasn't enough, Green was known to have one of the strongest and most accurate arms in baseball. In 1998, he recorded 14 outfield assists.